Events


 

03/12/2020 - 2020 Speaker Series - Morgia Wealth Management

SECURE Act of 2019

The SECURE Act is important legislation with the potential for significant impact on small businesses, business owners, individuals and families with estate plans, and groups looking to set-up retirement plans for employees.  The law is complex and the decisions that it could require will take careful consideration and thought.  Join these two thought leaders to become more aware of how the SECURE Act will impact you, your employees and your family.

Presenter PJ Banazek is a Managing Director and Partner at Morgia Wealth Management.  He is a graduate of LeMoyne College, a CPA, CFP and holds Series 7, 63 & 65 licenses. Mr. Banazek will discuss the impact on retirement plans, new rules for IRAs and ROTH IRAs, and the new tax benefits for small businesses.
 
Presenter Anthony Marrone II is the CEO of The Marrone Law Firm.  He is a graduate of LeMoyne College and Syracuse University College of Law. Mr. Marrone will discuss the implications that the SECURE Act raises for Estate Planning, Trusts and long-term planning.
 
 


03/12/2020 - 2020 Speaker Series - Morgia Wealth Management

SECURE Act of 2019

The SECURE Act is important legislation with the potential for significant impact on small businesses, business owners, individuals and families with estate plans, and groups looking to set-up retirement plans for employees.  The law is complex and the decisions that it could require will take careful consideration and thought.  Join these two thought leaders to become more aware of how the SECURE Act will impact you, your employees and your family.

Presenter PJ Banazek is a Managing Director and Partner at Morgia Wealth Management.  He is a graduate of LeMoyne College, a CPA, CFP and holds Series 7, 63 & 65 licenses. Mr. Banazek will discuss the impact on retirement plans, new rules for IRAs and ROTH IRAs, and the new tax benefits for small businesses.
 
Presenter Anthony Marrone II is the CEO of The Marrone Law Firm.  He is a graduate of LeMoyne College and Syracuse University College of Law. Mr. Marrone will discuss the implications that the SECURE Act raises for Estate Planning, Trusts and long-term planning.
 
 


03/26/2020 - 2020 Business of the Year Awards Presentation

Join Us to Celebrate Outstanding Businesses in the North Country
Each year, the Greater Watertown - North Country Chamber of Commerce hosts an award presentation which celebrates the Business of the Year Award recipients. Top organizations in the North Country are recognized during this prestigious event for their outstanding contributions to our community.

Deadline for nomination submissions: Feb 28

BUSINESS OF THE YEAR AWARDS
... (Large, For Profit)
... (Small, For Profit)
... (Large, Non-Profit)
... (Small, Non-Profit)
 
EMERGING BUSINESS OF THE YEAR AWARD
 ... 
 
FARM & CRAFT VENDOR OF THE YEAR AWARD
...

 


03/26/2020 - 2020 Business of the Year Awards Presentation

Join Us to Celebrate Outstanding Businesses in the North Country
Each year, the Greater Watertown - North Country Chamber of Commerce hosts an award presentation which celebrates the Business of the Year Award recipients. Top organizations in the North Country are recognized during this prestigious event for their outstanding contributions to our community.

Deadline for nomination submissions: Feb 28

BUSINESS OF THE YEAR AWARDS
... (Large, For Profit)
... (Small, For Profit)
... (Large, Non-Profit)
... (Small, Non-Profit)
 
EMERGING BUSINESS OF THE YEAR AWARD
 ... 
 
FARM & CRAFT VENDOR OF THE YEAR AWARD
...

 


04/22/2020 - 2020 Business After Hours - April

Business After Hours 
Sponsored by Armor Up Fitness & New York Life Insurance 

Wednesday, April 22, 2020  |  5PM - 7PM
 


04/22/2020 - 2020 Business After Hours - April

Business After Hours 
Sponsored by Armor Up Fitness & New York Life Insurance 

Wednesday, April 22, 2020  |  5PM - 7PM
 


03/14/2020 - Apple Intergrated Pest Management Workshop

Mike Basedow, Eastern NY Horticulture Tree Fruit Specialist will discuss combating pests and diseases on Apple trees.


03/17/2020 - Legal & Financial Planning

If you or someone you know is affected by Alzheimer's disease or another dementia, planning for the future is important. Our experts will give an overview of pertinent legal documents such as wills, powers of attorney, and health care proxies, as well as an overview of financial issues and options like Medicare, Medicaid or veterans benefits. The program is two hours long, and is intended for individuals and families impacted by Alzheimer's disease or another dementia. This introductory program is not a substitute for professional legal or financial advice. 

To register, please call 315.472.4201 x227.


02/29/2020 - YQCA Certification Training

YQCA Certification Training is required for all youth participating in 4-H Livestock Auction. YQCA is a non-profit quality assurance program for youth based on food safety, animal weel- being, and character development. Cost is $3 per youth. CCE will provide coupon for fee. This Certification is mandatory for all youth participating in the 4-H Livestock Auction. Participants must register on the YQCA website by February 18. 2020. For instructions for registration & coupon, visit or Contact Rachel Nocella


02/18/2020 - How to adapt your beekeeping in today's world.

Emma Walters, Senior Honey Bee Extension Associate of Cornell University will discuss and answer all your questions about honey bees.


03/17/2020 - Legal & Financial Planning

If you or someone you know is affected by Alzheimer's disease or another dementia, planning for the future is important. Our experts will give an overview of pertinent legal documents such as wills, powers of attorney, and health care proxies, as well as an overview of financial issues and options like Medicare, Medicaid or veterans benefits. The program is two hours long, and is intended for individuals and families impacted by Alzheimer's disease or another dementia. This introductory program is not a substitute for professional legal or financial advice. 

To register, please call 315.472.4201 x227.


02/29/2020 - YQCA Certification Training

YQCA Certification Training is required for all youth participating in 4-H Livestock Auction. YQCA is a non-profit quality assurance program for youth based on food safety, animal weel- being, and character development. Cost is $3 per youth. CCE will provide coupon for fee. This Certification is mandatory for all youth participating in the 4-H Livestock Auction. Participants must register on the YQCA website by February 18. 2020. For instructions for registration & coupon, visit or Contact Rachel Nocella


03/14/2020 - Apple Intergrated Pest Management Workshop

Mike Basedow, Eastern NY Horticulture Tree Fruit Specialist will discuss combating pests and diseases on Apple trees.


02/18/2020 - How to adapt your beekeeping in today's world.

Emma Walters, Senior Honey Bee Extension Associate of Cornell University will discuss and answer all your questions about honey bees.


02/18/2020 - North Country Human Resources Organization Features: Employer Tax Credits

Businesses who hire persons in specific target groups are able to apply for a variety of tax credits based on that hire. These credits lower a business’ tax liability and are unlimited, but many businesses do not take advantage of them because the forms and process can be time consuming and confusing. This presentation will simplify the process and assist in understanding which credits can be utilized, how to apply for them, and the impact they can have on the business.
Speaker: Carolyn Tee, Payroll Territory Manager
Heartland


02/18/2020 - North Country Human Resources Organization Features: Employer Tax Credits

Businesses who hire persons in specific target groups are able to apply for a variety of tax credits based on that hire. These credits lower a business’ tax liability and are unlimited, but many businesses do not take advantage of them because the forms and process can be time consuming and confusing. This presentation will simplify the process and assist in understanding which credits can be utilized, how to apply for them, and the impact they can have on the business.
Speaker: Carolyn Tee, Payroll Territory Manager
Heartland


02/19/2020 - 4-H OWN THE MIC

OWN THE MIC is a fun public speaking games & activities in a stress-free environment! The Do you like to tell stories to your friends? Do you like to talk to people about things that interest you? Then OWN THE MIC is for you! Take the nerves out of public speaking with this FREE 6-WEEK 4-H program held on Thursday for all youth grades 3-8.


02/25/2020 - YQCA Certification Training

YQCA Certification Training is required for all youth participating in 4-H Livestock Auction. YQCA is a non-profit quality assurance program for youth based on food safety, animal well- being, and character development. Cost is $3 per youth. CCE will provide coupon for fee. This Certification is mandatory for all youth participating in the 4-H Livestock Auction. Participants must register on the YQCA website by February 18. 2020. For instructions for registration & coupon, visit or Contact Rachel Nocella


02/28/2020 - Mac 'n' Cheese Dinner

Includes mac 'n' cheese, coleslaw, vegetable, rolls/butter and dessert. Place take-out orders no later than 11 a.m. 2/28 by calling Anita at 315-783-7404. Free delivery available for Midtown Towers, Curtis Apts., LeRay St. Apts., Skyline & Hilltop Towers. Benefits the work of the Jefferson Co. Democratic Committee.


02/18/2020 - How to adapt your beekeeping in today's world.

Emma Walters, Senior Honey Bee Extension Associate from Cornell University will discuss and answer all your questions about honey bees.


02/28/2020 - Mac 'n' Cheese Dinner

Includes mac 'n' cheese, coleslaw, vegetable, rolls/butter and dessert. Place take-out orders no later than 11 a.m. 2/28 by calling Anita at 315-783-7404. Free delivery available for Midtown Towers, Curtis Apts., LeRay St. Apts., Skyline & Hilltop Towers. Benefits the work of the Jefferson Co. Democratic Committee.


02/18/2020 - How to adapt your beekeeping in today's world.

Emma Walters, Senior Honey Bee Extension Associate from Cornell University will discuss and answer all your questions about honey bees.


02/19/2020 - 4-H OWN THE MIC

OWN THE MIC is a fun public speaking games & activities in a stress-free environment! The Do you like to tell stories to your friends? Do you like to talk to people about things that interest you? Then OWN THE MIC is for you! Take the nerves out of public speaking with this FREE 6-WEEK 4-H program held on Thursday for all youth grades 3-8.


02/25/2020 - YQCA Certification Training

YQCA Certification Training is required for all youth participating in 4-H Livestock Auction. YQCA is a non-profit quality assurance program for youth based on food safety, animal well- being, and character development. Cost is $3 per youth. CCE will provide coupon for fee. This Certification is mandatory for all youth participating in the 4-H Livestock Auction. Participants must register on the YQCA website by February 18. 2020. For instructions for registration & coupon, visit or Contact Rachel Nocella


02/17/2020 - Naloxone Training

Attend our free training, which is open to anyone 18 years or older. You will be trained on opioid overdose prevention, recognizing the signs of an overdose and administration of Narcan to rescue a victim from overdose. Jefferson county has recently suffered multiple overdose related deaths. We need to stand up to the opioid epidemic as a community. Sponsored by Credo Community Center & NYS Department of Health Opioid Overdose Prevention Program


02/18/2020 - Code Explorers (Ages 6-8)

For curious young minds who want to take the first steps into the world of programming. Student explorers will use their creativity to solve a series of web-based coding challenges. Each lesson builds fluency in essential digital skills needed for the future.


02/18/2020 - Lego Films and Stop Action (ages 6-8 and ages 9-14)

Make your LEGOS come to life! Bring in your favorite action figures or LEGOS and create a short film with your friends. Whether you want to recreate a scene from a favorite movie or design a new world of your own, this class brings your dreams to the screen. Students will need to bring in LEGOS and/or action figures, but all other equipment will be provided. Returning students can create more advanced projects that build on previous projects.


02/11/2020 - HR 101

Designed to help employees new to the human resources field. Topics include NYS and Federal labor law review, the employee life cycle from recruitment to legal termination, social media guidelines, compensation, benefits and more.


02/13/2020 - Silage Truck Workshop

Getting ready for cropping season? Adrian Armpreiester from New York State DOT will be presenting on new and current regulations for the agriculture industry. Do you know what type of license you need for a semi-truck in a farm setting? Do you have questions about DOT compliance? Adrian will check a local silage truck for compliance during a walk-around, explaining his reasoning to producers. Veteran/Military Families are welcome &U encouraged to attend! Please register online by following the link below: https://reg.cce.cornell.edu/silageTruck_222 Or call 315-376-5270


02/14/2020 - Valentine's Day at the Winery

Valentine's Day at the Winery event is on February 14th & 15th 6:30-10 PM 5 Wine Tastings Hors D'oeuvres 3 Food & Wine Pairings 2 Barrel Tastings Free TIW Wine Glass Cost is $30 per couple! 24 couples per session.


02/10/2020 - Furry Friends 4-H Dog Club

We will set dates for evaluations of new dogs in the program. Dates for a group walk with our dogs and a time to go to the New York State Zoo at Thompson Park will also be determined. For more information contact Karen Soule


02/17/2020 - Naloxone Training

Attend our free training, which is open to anyone 18 years or older. You will be trained on opioid overdose prevention, recognizing the signs of an overdose and administration of Narcan to rescue a victim from overdose. Jefferson county has recently suffered multiple overdose related deaths. We need to stand up to the opioid epidemic as a community. Sponsored by Credo Community Center & NYS Department of Health Opioid Overdose Prevention Program


02/17/2020 - Naloxone Training

Attend our free training, which is open to anyone 18 years or older. You will be trained on opioid overdose prevention, recognizing the signs of an overdose and administration of Narcan to rescue a victim from overdose. Jefferson county has recently suffered multiple overdose related deaths. We need to stand up to the opioid epidemic as a community. Sponsored by Credo Community Center & NYS Department of Health Opioid Overdose Prevention Program


02/18/2020 - Code Explorers (Ages 6-8)

For curious young minds who want to take the first steps into the world of programming. Student explorers will use their creativity to solve a series of web-based coding challenges. Each lesson builds fluency in essential digital skills needed for the future.


02/18/2020 - Code Explorers (Ages 6-8)

For curious young minds who want to take the first steps into the world of programming. Student explorers will use their creativity to solve a series of web-based coding challenges. Each lesson builds fluency in essential digital skills needed for the future.


02/18/2020 - Lego Films and Stop Action (ages 6-8 and ages 9-14)

Make your LEGOS come to life! Bring in your favorite action figures or LEGOS and create a short film with your friends. Whether you want to recreate a scene from a favorite movie or design a new world of your own, this class brings your dreams to the screen. Students will need to bring in LEGOS and/or action figures, but all other equipment will be provided. Returning students can create more advanced projects that build on previous projects.


02/18/2020 - Lego Films and Stop Action (ages 6-8 and ages 9-14)

Make your LEGOS come to life! Bring in your favorite action figures or LEGOS and create a short film with your friends. Whether you want to recreate a scene from a favorite movie or design a new world of your own, this class brings your dreams to the screen. Students will need to bring in LEGOS and/or action figures, but all other equipment will be provided. Returning students can create more advanced projects that build on previous projects.


02/11/2020 - HR 101

Designed to help employees new to the human resources field. Topics include NYS and Federal labor law review, the employee life cycle from recruitment to legal termination, social media guidelines, compensation, benefits and more.


02/11/2020 - HR 101

Designed to help employees new to the human resources field. Topics include NYS and Federal labor law review, the employee life cycle from recruitment to legal termination, social media guidelines, compensation, benefits and more.


02/13/2020 - Silage Truck Workshop

Getting ready for cropping season? Adrian Armpreiester from New York State DOT will be presenting on new and current regulations for the agriculture industry. Do you know what type of license you need for a semi-truck in a farm setting? Do you have questions about DOT compliance? Adrian will check a local silage truck for compliance during a walk-around, explaining his reasoning to producers. Veteran/Military Families are welcome &U encouraged to attend! Please register online by following the link below: https://reg.cce.cornell.edu/silageTruck_222 Or call 315-376-5270


02/13/2020 - Silage Truck Workshop

Getting ready for cropping season? Adrian Armpreiester from New York State DOT will be presenting on new and current regulations for the agriculture industry. Do you know what type of license you need for a semi-truck in a farm setting? Do you have questions about DOT compliance? Adrian will check a local silage truck for compliance during a walk-around, explaining his reasoning to producers. Veteran/Military Families are welcome &U encouraged to attend! Please register online by following the link below: https://reg.cce.cornell.edu/silageTruck_222 Or call 315-376-5270


02/14/2020 - Valentine's Day at the Winery

Valentine's Day at the Winery event is on February 14th & 15th 6:30-10 PM 5 Wine Tastings Hors D'oeuvres 3 Food & Wine Pairings 2 Barrel Tastings Free TIW Wine Glass Cost is $30 per couple! 24 couples per session.


02/14/2020 - Valentine's Day at the Winery

Valentine's Day at the Winery event is on February 14th & 15th 6:30-10 PM 5 Wine Tastings Hors D'oeuvres 3 Food & Wine Pairings 2 Barrel Tastings Free TIW Wine Glass Cost is $30 per couple! 24 couples per session.


02/10/2020 - Furry Friends 4-H Dog Club

We will set dates for evaluations of new dogs in the program. Dates for a group walk with our dogs and a time to go to the New York State Zoo at Thompson Park will also be determined. For more information contact Karen Soule


02/06/2020 - Ancestry & Your Family Tree

See your family’s story come to life right before your eyes as you create your family tree. Learn about the databases and research methods used to build a genealogical portfolio and research your lineage back at least 4 generations.


02/09/2020 - 4-H ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE CLUB

Do you care about preserving the natural environment through citizen science? Do you enjoy being outdoors? If so, join the 4-H Environmental Science Club! When: The third Sunday of every month from 2:00 - 4:00 PM. Our next meeting will be Sunday, February 9th. We will be completing a service project at the Indian River lakes Conservancy. Where: Location will vary each month depending on the activity. Who: This club is free and open to all 4th through 8th graders. Registration is required. For more information, or to register, Contact Sam Hollister.


02/03/2020 - Women's Self Defense Series

Learn situational awareness, verbal self-defense, and develop the foundation necessary to defend yourself in a physical altercation. Self-defense techniques are based in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, proven to be the most efficient martial art when dealing with a larger opponent.


02/06/2020 - The Middle Years

The Middle Years Class is held every Thursday for a s week class. This Fun and interactive sox wee workshop is designed to explain the best practices in child development and parenting to caregivers of children 5-10 years old. There is no cost for this course. There is no cost for this course. To register for this class call 315-788-8450


02/06/2020 - The Middle Years

The Middle Years Class is held every Thursday for a s week class. This Fun and interactive sox wee workshop is designed to explain the best practices in child development and parenting to caregivers of children 5-10 years old. There is no cost for this course. There is no cost for this course. To register for this class call 315-788-8450


02/06/2020 - Ancestry & Your Family Tree

See your family’s story come to life right before your eyes as you create your family tree. Learn about the databases and research methods used to build a genealogical portfolio and research your lineage back at least 4 generations.


02/09/2020 - 4-H ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE CLUB

Do you care about preserving the natural environment through citizen science? Do you enjoy being outdoors? If so, join the 4-H Environmental Science Club! When: The third Sunday of every month from 2:00 - 4:00 PM. Our next meeting will be Sunday, February 9th. We will be completing a service project at the Indian River lakes Conservancy. Where: Location will vary each month depending on the activity. Who: This club is free and open to all 4th through 8th graders. Registration is required. For more information, or to register, Contact Sam Hollister.


02/03/2020 - Women's Self Defense Series

Learn situational awareness, verbal self-defense, and develop the foundation necessary to defend yourself in a physical altercation. Self-defense techniques are based in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, proven to be the most efficient martial art when dealing with a larger opponent.


04/02/2020 - Comedy Show Fundraiser for NYS Zoo

This hilarious nationally touring stand-up comedy comedy show features comedy veteran Ernesto "Big Ern" Galano and Watertown native, headliner Mike Bova! Big Ern brings 30 minutes of hilarious stand-up, and then recording artist Mike Bova takes the stage. Mike's one hour set is a combination of 30 minutes of hilarious stand-up, then he picks up his guitar for the last 30 minutes and sings hysterical parodies, funny songs and celebrity impressions. Check out their 5 star reviews at www.facebook.com/thebigandtallcomedytour This is a one-of-a-kind show you don't want to miss and won't soon forget! TV Clean Content--Parental discretion advised.


02/20/2020 - Sheep for Solar Grazing

Looking to put a solar array on your land or interested in grazing under solar arrays? At this FREE program, Niko Kocjendoerfer, a PhD candidate at Cornell University will present her detailed research on the benefits of adding sheep to solar arrays and the benefits to the landowner, sheep producer, and the land. Veterans/Military Families are welcome & encouraged to attend!


03/07/2020 - Fundamentals of Photography

Learn how to take better photos with an emphasis on landscape photography. Explore the various camera functions found on digital cameras, exposure theory, shutter speed, aperture and composition. Participants will take photos in the field using newly learned techniques. This course is intended for those who own a digital or film SLR camera. Please bring your camera and operating manual to class.


02/15/2020 - Introduction to Lightroom

An alternative to Photoshop, Lightroom is the photo editing software of choice for many professional and amateur photographers. Learn how to edit and enhance photos including removing blemishes, cropping, making spot adjustments and more. Laptops with Lightroom will be provided.


02/18/2020 - Code Your Own Adventure! Interactive Storytelling (ages 9-14)

Watch as the characters in your imagination come to life in this unique course that blends classic storytelling with animation techniques and coding. Start with a concept, design the characters, and choose not just one ending, but many! Learn how to create your own text-based adventure games with variables, conditional logic, images, HTML, CSS, and JavaScript.


02/18/2020 - Human Resources 101 for Managers

Designed for new managers or those needing a refresher on labor law requirements. Additional topics include difficult conversations, discipline procedures and improving the performance management process.


04/02/2020 - Comedy Show Fundraiser for NYS Zoo

This hilarious nationally touring stand-up comedy comedy show features comedy veteran Ernesto "Big Ern" Galano and Watertown native, headliner Mike Bova! Big Ern brings 30 minutes of hilarious stand-up, and then recording artist Mike Bova takes the stage. Mike's one hour set is a combination of 30 minutes of hilarious stand-up, then he picks up his guitar for the last 30 minutes and sings hysterical parodies, funny songs and celebrity impressions. Check out their 5 star reviews at www.facebook.com/thebigandtallcomedytour This is a one-of-a-kind show you don't want to miss and won't soon forget! TV Clean Content--Parental discretion advised.


03/07/2020 - Fundamentals of Photography

Learn how to take better photos with an emphasis on landscape photography. Explore the various camera functions found on digital cameras, exposure theory, shutter speed, aperture and composition. Participants will take photos in the field using newly learned techniques. This course is intended for those who own a digital or film SLR camera. Please bring your camera and operating manual to class.


02/18/2020 - Human Resources 101 for Managers

Designed for new managers or those needing a refresher on labor law requirements. Additional topics include difficult conversations, discipline procedures and improving the performance management process.


02/20/2020 - Sheep for Solar Grazing

Looking to put a solar array on your land or interested in grazing under solar arrays? At this FREE program, Niko Kocjendoerfer, a PhD candidate at Cornell University will present her detailed research on the benefits of adding sheep to solar arrays and the benefits to the landowner, sheep producer, and the land. Veterans/Military Families are welcome & encouraged to attend!


02/18/2020 - Code Your Own Adventure! Interactive Storytelling (ages 9-14)

Watch as the characters in your imagination come to life in this unique course that blends classic storytelling with animation techniques and coding. Start with a concept, design the characters, and choose not just one ending, but many! Learn how to create your own text-based adventure games with variables, conditional logic, images, HTML, CSS, and JavaScript.


02/15/2020 - Introduction to Lightroom

An alternative to Photoshop, Lightroom is the photo editing software of choice for many professional and amateur photographers. Learn how to edit and enhance photos including removing blemishes, cropping, making spot adjustments and more. Laptops with Lightroom will be provided.


04/02/2020 - 2020 North Country Matchmaker

Join North Country PTAC and the GWNC Chamber of Commerce on April 2, 2020 for our Annual Matchmaker event for government contractors.
Participants will:

  • Meet face-to-face with state and federal buyers and prime contractors to learn about their upcoming projects and business opportunities.
  • Find out whether your products, services and qualifications are of interest to a federal or state agency, or prime.
  • Learn from subject matter experts on a variety of government contracting related topics during workshops throughout the day. 
  • Hear from MICC Fort Drum (925th CBN Mission and Installation Contracting Command) while they present their annual Small Business Acquisition & Outreach Session (immediately following the Matchmaker again this year)

AGENDA

6:30 - 7:30 a.m.:  Exhibitor, Prime/Agency Setup                            
7:30 a.m.:  Registration Opens / Matchmaker Appointment Sign-ups / Networking
7:45 a.m.:   Welcoming Remarks / Event Kick-Off
8:00 a.m. - Matchmaking Begins
9:30 - 10:30 a.m.: TBD
10 - 10:10 a.m.: Refreshment break for meetings
10:45 - 11:45 a.m.: TBD
11:45 p.m.: Lunch Break (buffet lunch provided)
12:30 p.m.:   Matchmaking Resumes
2:00 p.m.: Matchmaking Ends
2:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.: Fort Drum MICC (925th CBN Mission and Installation Contracting Command) will be presenting their annual Small Business Acquisition & Outreach Session immediately following the Matchmaking portion of the day.

 

Confirmed Prime Contractors & Government Agencies:

Government Agencies Prime Contractors
   

*Consider becoming a Sponsor to increase your exposure! Sponsorship Form

Are you a Government Agency or Prime Contractor who would like to attend? Click HERE for an Agency/Prime Registration Form


04/02/2020 - 2020 North Country Matchmaker

Join North Country PTAC and the GWNC Chamber of Commerce on April 2, 2020 for our Annual Matchmaker event for government contractors.
Participants will:

  • Meet face-to-face with state and federal buyers and prime contractors to learn about their upcoming projects and business opportunities.
  • Find out whether your products, services and qualifications are of interest to a federal or state agency, or prime.
  • Learn from subject matter experts on a variety of government contracting related topics during workshops throughout the day. 
  • Hear from MICC Fort Drum (925th CBN Mission and Installation Contracting Command) while they present their annual Small Business Acquisition & Outreach Session (immediately following the Matchmaker again this year)

AGENDA

6:30 - 7:30 a.m.:  Exhibitor, Prime/Agency Setup                            
7:30 a.m.:  Registration Opens / Matchmaker Appointment Sign-ups / Networking
7:45 a.m.:   Welcoming Remarks / Event Kick-Off
8:00 a.m. - Matchmaking Begins
9:30 - 10:30 a.m.: TBD
10 - 10:10 a.m.: Refreshment break for meetings
10:45 - 11:45 a.m.: TBD
11:45 p.m.: Lunch Break (buffet lunch provided)
12:30 p.m.:   Matchmaking Resumes
2:00 p.m.: Matchmaking Ends
2:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.: Fort Drum MICC (925th CBN Mission and Installation Contracting Command) will be presenting their annual Small Business Acquisition & Outreach Session immediately following the Matchmaking portion of the day.

 

Confirmed Prime Contractors & Government Agencies:

Government Agencies Prime Contractors
   

*Consider becoming a Sponsor to increase your exposure! Sponsorship Form

Are you a Government Agency or Prime Contractor who would like to attend? Click HERE for an Agency/Prime Registration Form


04/02/2020 - 2019 North Country Matchmaker

Join North Country PTAC and the GWNC Chamber of Commerce on April 2, 2020 for our Annual Matchmaker event for government contractors. Participants will:

  • Meet face-to-face with state and federal buyers and prime contractors to learn about their upcoming projects and business opportunities.
  • Find out whether your products, services and qualifications are of interest to a federal or state agency, or prime.
  • Learn from subject matter experts on a variety of government contracting related topics during workshops throughout the day. 
  • Hear from MICC Fort Drum (925th CBN Mission and Installation Contracting Command) while they present their annual Small Business Acquisition & Outreach Session (immediately following the Matchmaker again this year)

AGENDA

6:30 - 7:30 a.m.:  Exhibitor, Prime/Agency Setup                            
7:30 a.m.:  Registration Opens / Matchmaker Appointment Sign-ups / Networking
7:45 a.m.:   Welcoming Remarks / Event Kick-Off
8:00 a.m. - Matchmaking Begins
9:30 - 10:30 a.m.: TBD
10 - 10:10 a.m.: Refreshment break for meetings
10:45 - 11:45 a.m.: TBD
11:45 p.m.: Lunch Break (buffet lunch provided)
12:30 p.m.:   Matchmaking Resumes
2:00 p.m.: Matchmaking Ends
2:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.: Fort Drum MICC (925th CBN Mission and Installation Contracting Command) will be presenting their annual Small Business Acquisition & Outreach Session immediately following the Matchmaking portion of the day.

 

Confirmed Prime Contractors & Government Agencies:

Government Agencies Prime Contractors
   

*Consider becoming a Sponsor to increase your exposure! Sponsorship Form

Are you a Government Agency or Prime Contractor who would like to attend? Click HERE for an Agency/Prime Registration Form


02/04/2020 - 2020 Coffee & Connections - February

Coffee & Connections: A Networking Experience
This event is a unique twist on networking with casual conversation over coffee as well as Professional Speed Networking. This structure is designed to help you maximize on your networking experience, aiding you in your efforts to make truly meaningful connections with others in attendance.
This style of networking is set up in small groups with designated time for everyone to give their professional introductions as well as time set aside to answer the posed question. Each table has a different prompt that allows you to get to know your peers and learn from each other's experiences.
People in a range of positions from management, sales, outreach, administration and more agree that the experience of speed networking was a fun and effective way to connect, and they would participate again!

04/02/2020 - 2019 North Country Matchmaker

Join North Country PTAC and the GWNC Chamber of Commerce on April 2, 2020 for our Annual Matchmaker event for government contractors. Participants will:

  • Meet face-to-face with state and federal buyers and prime contractors to learn about their upcoming projects and business opportunities.
  • Find out whether your products, services and qualifications are of interest to a federal or state agency, or prime.
  • Learn from subject matter experts on a variety of government contracting related topics during workshops throughout the day. 
  • Hear from MICC Fort Drum (925th CBN Mission and Installation Contracting Command) while they present their annual Small Business Acquisition & Outreach Session (immediately following the Matchmaker again this year)

AGENDA

6:30 - 7:30 a.m.:  Exhibitor, Prime/Agency Setup                            
7:30 a.m.:  Registration Opens / Matchmaker Appointment Sign-ups / Networking
7:45 a.m.:   Welcoming Remarks / Event Kick-Off
8:00 a.m. - Matchmaking Begins
9:30 - 10:30 a.m.: TBD
10 - 10:10 a.m.: Refreshment break for meetings
10:45 - 11:45 a.m.: TBD
11:45 p.m.: Lunch Break (buffet lunch provided)
12:30 p.m.:   Matchmaking Resumes
2:00 p.m.: Matchmaking Ends
2:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.: Fort Drum MICC (925th CBN Mission and Installation Contracting Command) will be presenting their annual Small Business Acquisition & Outreach Session immediately following the Matchmaking portion of the day.

 

Confirmed Prime Contractors & Government Agencies:

Government Agencies Prime Contractors
   

*Consider becoming a Sponsor to increase your exposure! Sponsorship Form

Are you a Government Agency or Prime Contractor who would like to attend? Click HERE for an Agency/Prime Registration Form


02/04/2020 - 2020 Coffee & Connections - February

Coffee & Connections: A Networking Experience
This event is a unique twist on networking with casual conversation over coffee as well as Professional Speed Networking. This structure is designed to help you maximize on your networking experience, aiding you in your efforts to make truly meaningful connections with others in attendance.
This style of networking is set up in small groups with designated time for everyone to give their professional introductions as well as time set aside to answer the posed question. Each table has a different prompt that allows you to get to know your peers and learn from each other's experiences.
People in a range of positions from management, sales, outreach, administration and more agree that the experience of speed networking was a fun and effective way to connect, and they would participate again!

02/13/2020 - The Middle Years

The Middle Years Class is held every Thursday for a s week class. This Fun and interactive sox wee workshop is designed to explain the best practices in child development and parenting to caregivers of children 5-10 years old. There is no cost for this course. There is no cost for this course. To register for this class call 315-788-8450


01/24/2020 - Snowtown Film Festival

Snowtown Film Festival is a two-day film festival organized to foster an appreciation for the art of film-making and to encourage the development of independently produced films that celebrate our legendary Northern New York winters.


01/26/2020 - Snowtown USA Color the Zoo

The New York Zoo at Thompson Park will offer Snow Art. We welcome the community to decorate the lawns with snowmen, igloos, snow statues, etc. Regular admission to the zoo applies.


01/26/2020 - Snowtown USA Thompson Park Day

10:00am - 1:00pm FREE (Monetary Donations Accepted) Hot Air Balloon Rides (rides are tethered) Dog Sled Demonstrations and Meet The Dogs Horse Drawn Wagon Rides Through the Park Snowtown USA Snowshoeing


01/22/2020 - Snowtown USA Craft Clean out

We have odds and ends leftover from old craft programs and we would like to share them with you. Join us in the Old Watertown Room to make and take various crafts. All supplies are on a first come first serve basis. This is a free ADULT only program.


01/22/2020 - Snowtown USA Paint and Paint & Sip

Enjoy an evening out with friends while letting your creativity flow. Paint on a 16x20 stretched canvas. Choose any color you like. Includes all art supplies, one drink and light snacks. Register online at www.nnypaintparty.com or pay at the door. Online reservations will guarantee your seat.


01/23/2020 - Snowtown USA Story Time

Stories and songs for those toddlers who just want to go, go, go! This story time is immediately followed by a special play time! Ages 0-2.


01/23/2020 - Snowtown USA Lego Club

Join us to build special Snowtown themed LEGO scenes. All LEGOs will be provided for you. All ages are welcome. Flower Memorial Library: Reading Room


01/22/2020 - Snowtown USA DIY Paper Airplane

Ever dreamed of flying your own airplane?! While we might not be able to make the real thing come to life, we can help you make a small paper version! All you'll need to do is cut, fold and fly! Four design options will be available. Ages 5-10. Flower Memorial Library: Children's Room


01/20/2020 - Snowtown USA FREE bowling

FREE bowling at Seaway Lanes! Limit one game per person. From 11:00-12:00 participants will be able to visit with the Cookie Monster (of WPBS). Free face painting will be available from 12:00-3:00pm.


01/20/2020 - Snowtown USA Pickleball Sackets YMCA

Join us to play this exciting racquet sport! FREE to ages 3+. All levels or experience and abilities are welcome.


01/21/2020 - Snowtown USA Family Movie Night

Family Movie Night at Flower Memorial Library. Join us and watch "The Mighty Ducks" (PG, 1992) in the South Reading Room. FREE for all ages.


01/21/2020 - Snowtown USA Trivia Night

Snowtown USA Trivia Night is a classic pub trivia style format with five rounds of trivia, to include an image round and name that tune. There is no limit to team size. Snowtown Trivia will focus on the history of Watertown, local legends, famous residents and of course all about that snow!


01/22/2020 - Snowtown USA Story Time

Join your pals for an interactive program of stories, rhymes and music! Caregivers are encouraged to participate in the fun and must always stay with their child. Program is followed by a simple craft for families to enjoy together. For ages 3-5


02/13/2020 - The Middle Years

The Middle Years Class is held every Thursday for a s week class. This Fun and interactive sox wee workshop is designed to explain the best practices in child development and parenting to caregivers of children 5-10 years old. There is no cost for this course. There is no cost for this course. To register for this class call 315-788-8450


01/24/2020 - Snowtown Film Festival

Snowtown Film Festival is a two-day film festival organized to foster an appreciation for the art of film-making and to encourage the development of independently produced films that celebrate our legendary Northern New York winters.


01/26/2020 - Snowtown USA Color the Zoo

The New York Zoo at Thompson Park will offer Snow Art. We welcome the community to decorate the lawns with snowmen, igloos, snow statues, etc. Regular admission to the zoo applies.


01/26/2020 - Snowtown USA Thompson Park Day

10:00am - 1:00pm FREE (Monetary Donations Accepted) Hot Air Balloon Rides (rides are tethered) Dog Sled Demonstrations and Meet The Dogs Horse Drawn Wagon Rides Through the Park Snowtown USA Snowshoeing


01/22/2020 - Snowtown USA DIY Paper Airplane

Ever dreamed of flying your own airplane?! While we might not be able to make the real thing come to life, we can help you make a small paper version! All you'll need to do is cut, fold and fly! Four design options will be available. Ages 5-10. Flower Memorial Library: Children's Room


01/22/2020 - Snowtown USA Craft Clean out

We have odds and ends leftover from old craft programs and we would like to share them with you. Join us in the Old Watertown Room to make and take various crafts. All supplies are on a first come first serve basis. This is a free ADULT only program.


01/22/2020 - Snowtown USA Paint and Paint & Sip

Enjoy an evening out with friends while letting your creativity flow. Paint on a 16x20 stretched canvas. Choose any color you like. Includes all art supplies, one drink and light snacks. Register online at www.nnypaintparty.com or pay at the door. Online reservations will guarantee your seat.


01/23/2020 - Snowtown USA Story Time

Stories and songs for those toddlers who just want to go, go, go! This story time is immediately followed by a special play time! Ages 0-2.


01/23/2020 - Snowtown USA Lego Club

Join us to build special Snowtown themed LEGO scenes. All LEGOs will be provided for you. All ages are welcome. Flower Memorial Library: Reading Room


01/22/2020 - Snowtown USA Story Time

Join your pals for an interactive program of stories, rhymes and music! Caregivers are encouraged to participate in the fun and must always stay with their child. Program is followed by a simple craft for families to enjoy together. For ages 3-5


01/20/2020 - Snowtown USA FREE bowling

FREE bowling at Seaway Lanes! Limit one game per person. From 11:00-12:00 participants will be able to visit with the Cookie Monster (of WPBS). Free face painting will be available from 12:00-3:00pm.


01/20/2020 - Snowtown USA Pickleball Sackets YMCA

Join us to play this exciting racquet sport! FREE to ages 3+. All levels or experience and abilities are welcome.


01/21/2020 - Snowtown USA Family Movie Night

Family Movie Night at Flower Memorial Library. Join us and watch "The Mighty Ducks" (PG, 1992) in the South Reading Room. FREE for all ages.


01/21/2020 - Snowtown USA Trivia Night

Snowtown USA Trivia Night is a classic pub trivia style format with five rounds of trivia, to include an image round and name that tune. There is no limit to team size. Snowtown Trivia will focus on the history of Watertown, local legends, famous residents and of course all about that snow!


03/18/2020 - Spaghetti Dinner to benefit TIA Habitat for Humanity

Spaghetti dinner and raffles - dine in or carry out.


03/27/2020 - Community Garden Training

FREE to Attend! Join us as we discuss the "how-to's' of starting community and school based gardens with information on irrigation systems from the Chaplin Living Water Foundation. Bringing fresh vegetables and healthy activity through community gardens us a growing trend. Community leaders, neighborhoods, school, faith based organizations and the public who are interested in community gardening are welcome and encouraged to attend! Please register online by following the link below: https://reg.cce.cornell.edu/ComGarden_222 Or call/email Sue Gwise


04/03/2020 - Casino Night Fundraiser to benefit TIA Habitat for Humanity

This will be a fun night out with just-for-fun gaming with professional gaming tables, hors d'ouvores, live music, door prizes, and silent auction. All proceeds benefit TIA Habitat for Humanity. Tickets can be purchased at https://tiahabitat.org/upcoming-events/casino2020


04/18/2020 - High Tunnel Bramble Workshop

Canadian production of raspberries and blackberries in high tunnels provides a blueprint for long-season production of high-quality berries in a northern climate. This FREE program will discuss growing methods to stagger production of berries throughout the growing season using a combination of cold-storage, pruning, and varietal selection. Marketing methods and regional opportunities for sales will also be discussed. Veterans/Military Families are welcome and encouraged to attend! Please register online by following the link below: https://reg.cce.cornell.edu/TunnelBramble_222 Or call/email Mike Nuckols


02/08/2020 - Backyard Apple Production

(Snow Day February 15) Cost $5/ person. FREE for Veterans/Military Families This program will cover small - scale apple production for homeowners to include: Site Selection and preparation Planting Maintenance Pests Variety Selection Please register online by following the link below: https://reg.cce.cornell.edu/BackyardApple_222 Or call/email Sue Gwise


02/22/2020 - Garlic Cultivation and Marketing

Changing consumer preferences, international tariffs, and farm-consolidation at the national level, have created opportunities for market growers to profit from garlic. This FREE program will discuss varieties, cultivation methods, storage consideration, integrated pest management, sales opportunities, marketing (direct, wholesales, and cooperative), and branding. Veterans/Military Families are welcome and encouraged to attend! Please register online by following the link below: https://reg.cce.cornell.edy/CultivateGarlic_222 or call/email Mike Nuckols


03/07/2020 - Low or No Tillage Options for Vegetable Growers

Small-scale and even urban vegetable production has increasingly shown the efficacy of low and no-tillage methods for gardeners and market growers. Through dense and continuous planting, vegetable crops can be produced from early Spring through Fall. This FREE program will discuss establishment of new beds, weed control, planting methods, sources of mulch/compost, and ways to minimize labor inputs. Strategies to minimize or eliminate plastic usages will also be discussed. Veterans/Military Families are welcome and encouraged to attend! Please register online by following the link below: https://reg.cce.cornell.edu/LowNoTill_222 Or call/email Mike Nickols


01/19/2020 - Snowtown USA Torchlight Parade & Fireworks Torchlight Parade

Torchlight Parade & Fireworks Torchlight Parade begins at 5:30, followed by fireworks and live music.


01/23/2020 - 4-H Livestock Auction Informational Meeting

Jefferson County 4-H Livestock Auction is returning in 2020! If you are interested in bringing beef cattle, meat, goats, sheep ore swine to auction in July this meeting is highly recommended. Youth and a parent(s) are welcome to attend this important meeting


01/25/2020 - Extreme Season Extension of Salad Greens

This FREE program will examine alternate methods of production to include: Economics of winter growing, holding fall-grown crops under cover, use of cold frames, hot beds, and high tunnels, alternative greenhouse heating including geothermal, hydroponics, and stacked indoor production using artificial lighting. Veterans/Military Families are welcome and encouraged to attend! Please register online by following the link below: https://reg.cce.cornell.edu/SaladGreens_222 or call/ Mike Nuckols


01/18/2020 - Snowtown USA Pub Crawl

Party like there’s snow tomorrow! Join us for the first ever Snowtown USA Pub Crawl. Enjoy your very own adult snow day filled with tasty beverages at a variety of local businesses. Saturday, January 18, 2020 beginning at 2 p.m. select your own order of participating pubs to visit but be sure to meet us for the After Party at Garland City Beer Works at 8 PM for fun and prizes. Each participating location will offer a specialty Snowtown USA beverage and a discounted domestic beer. All Snowtown USA Pub Crawl participants will receive a participation lanyard as well as a keepsake T-shirt. Participants must wear lanyard to receive pub crawl perks at participating locations. Proceeds support Snowtown USA, an annual festival which celebrates winters in Northern New York with the help and support of local businesses. Bistro 108 Boots Brewing Co. Garland City Beer Works Pearl Street Pub Maggie’s on the River Savory Downtown Spokes Craft Beer and Tapas Flashback Brewing Co.


01/19/2020 - Snowtown USA -Military Skate

FREE ice skating at the Watertown Municipal Arena for military members and their families. Also enjoy free popcorn, the NNY Photo Booth and DJ Johnny Spezzano. Note: Skates are limited and will be first come first served. Sponsored by the Watertown Family YMCA


01/18/2020 - Snowtown USA - Cocoa, Crafts & Daniel Tiger

Cocoa, Crafts & Daniel Tiger. Join us at Flower Memorial Library to meet and greet Daniel Tiger, watch a Daniel Tiger show, enjoy cocoa and cookies and making simple winter crafts. FREE for all ages. Preregistration is required through WPBS. Two time slots are available. 10-11:30am 12-1:30pm


01/18/2020 - Snowtown USA Free Skate

Free Snowtown public skate with donation Samaritan Keep Home. Suggestions donations items: poker chips, nail polish and remover, adult coloring books, cololed pencils, body wash, shampoo, body lotion, deodorants, shaving cream, tin of flavored popcorn, large print word search.


01/18/2020 - Snowtown USA - Keg Toss

Test your strength and join the Keg Toss competition at the Watertown Fairgrounds, sponsored by Spokes. To register call or visit: Spokes 81 Public Square Watertown, NY 13601 315-777-4043 Entry fee: $10


01/17/2020 - Free Pickle Ball - Snowtown USA

Join Snowtown USA at the Downtown YMCA to play this exciting racquet sport! FREE to ages 3+. All levels or experience and abilities are welcome.


01/17/2020 - Snowtown USA Kick Off Party

Snowtown USA Kick Off Party at Ives Hill Country Club


01/18/2020 - Snowtown USA Softball Tournament

Snowtown USA COED Softball Tournament at the Fairgrounds. All are welcome to join us for a fun, competitive tournament. Prizes to be awarded.


01/18/2020 - Emeral Ash Borer is Here - Now what?

The emerald ash borer is an invasive insect that attacks ash trees. Tree mortality occurs within 2 to 4 years and is near 100% First found in the Midwest in 2002, EWAB has killed hundreds of millions of ash trees throughout North America. New York State forests contain 7 to 25 % as species and ash is a common landscape tree Whether you have ash trees in your landscape or in a forest setting, get the latest, research-based information on how to deal with this pest. Speakers will include Michael DeMarco (Watertown City Planner and ISA Certified Arborist) and Glen Roberts (NYS DEC Forester). Please register online by following the link below: https://reg.cce.cornell.edu/ashBorer_222 or call/email Sue Gwise


01/06/2020 - Little Theatre of Watertown auditions for Extremtities

Roles are available for three women and one man in this psychological drama by William Mastrosimone. Due to mature themes, only actors ages 18 and older are allowed to audition. Please bring a completed audition form which is available at www.littletheatreofwatertown.com.


04/18/2020 - High Tunnel Bramble Workshop

Canadian production of raspberries and blackberries in high tunnels provides a blueprint for long-season production of high-quality berries in a northern climate. This FREE program will discuss growing methods to stagger production of berries throughout the growing season using a combination of cold-storage, pruning, and varietal selection. Marketing methods and regional opportunities for sales will also be discussed. Veterans/Military Families are welcome and encouraged to attend! Please register online by following the link below: https://reg.cce.cornell.edu/TunnelBramble_222 Or call/email Mike Nuckols


03/18/2020 - Spaghetti Dinner to benefit TIA Habitat for Humanity

Spaghetti dinner and raffles - dine in or carry out.


03/27/2020 - Community Garden Training

FREE to Attend! Join us as we discuss the "how-to's' of starting community and school based gardens with information on irrigation systems from the Chaplin Living Water Foundation. Bringing fresh vegetables and healthy activity through community gardens us a growing trend. Community leaders, neighborhoods, school, faith based organizations and the public who are interested in community gardening are welcome and encouraged to attend! Please register online by following the link below: https://reg.cce.cornell.edu/ComGarden_222 Or call/email Sue Gwise


04/03/2020 - Casino Night Fundraiser to benefit TIA Habitat for Humanity

This will be a fun night out with just-for-fun gaming with professional gaming tables, hors d'ouvores, live music, door prizes, and silent auction. All proceeds benefit TIA Habitat for Humanity. Tickets can be purchased at https://tiahabitat.org/upcoming-events/casino2020


02/22/2020 - Garlic Cultivation and Marketing

Changing consumer preferences, international tariffs, and farm-consolidation at the national level, have created opportunities for market growers to profit from garlic. This FREE program will discuss varieties, cultivation methods, storage consideration, integrated pest management, sales opportunities, marketing (direct, wholesales, and cooperative), and branding. Veterans/Military Families are welcome and encouraged to attend! Please register online by following the link below: https://reg.cce.cornell.edy/CultivateGarlic_222 or call/email Mike Nuckols


03/07/2020 - Low or No Tillage Options for Vegetable Growers

Small-scale and even urban vegetable production has increasingly shown the efficacy of low and no-tillage methods for gardeners and market growers. Through dense and continuous planting, vegetable crops can be produced from early Spring through Fall. This FREE program will discuss establishment of new beds, weed control, planting methods, sources of mulch/compost, and ways to minimize labor inputs. Strategies to minimize or eliminate plastic usages will also be discussed. Veterans/Military Families are welcome and encouraged to attend! Please register online by following the link below: https://reg.cce.cornell.edu/LowNoTill_222 Or call/email Mike Nickols


01/25/2020 - Extreme Season Extension of Salad Greens

This FREE program will examine alternate methods of production to include: Economics of winter growing, holding fall-grown crops under cover, use of cold frames, hot beds, and high tunnels, alternative greenhouse heating including geothermal, hydroponics, and stacked indoor production using artificial lighting. Veterans/Military Families are welcome and encouraged to attend! Please register online by following the link below: https://reg.cce.cornell.edu/SaladGreens_222 or call/ Mike Nuckols


02/08/2020 - Backyard Apple Production

(Snow Day February 15) Cost $5/ person. FREE for Veterans/Military Families This program will cover small - scale apple production for homeowners to include: Site Selection and preparation Planting Maintenance Pests Variety Selection Please register online by following the link below: https://reg.cce.cornell.edu/BackyardApple_222 Or call/email Sue Gwise


01/23/2020 - 4-H Livestock Auction Informational Meeting

Jefferson County 4-H Livestock Auction is returning in 2020! If you are interested in bringing beef cattle, meat, goats, sheep ore swine to auction in July this meeting is highly recommended. Youth and a parent(s) are welcome to attend this important meeting


01/18/2020 - Snowtown USA - Cocoa, Crafts & Daniel Tiger

Cocoa, Crafts & Daniel Tiger. Join us at Flower Memorial Library to meet and greet Daniel Tiger, watch a Daniel Tiger show, enjoy cocoa and cookies and making simple winter crafts. FREE for all ages. Preregistration is required through WPBS. Two time slots are available. 10-11:30am 12-1:30pm


01/18/2020 - Snowtown USA Free Skate

Free Snowtown public skate with donation Samaritan Keep Home. Suggestions donations items: poker chips, nail polish and remover, adult coloring books, cololed pencils, body wash, shampoo, body lotion, deodorants, shaving cream, tin of flavored popcorn, large print word search.


01/18/2020 - Snowtown USA - Keg Toss

Test your strength and join the Keg Toss competition at the Watertown Fairgrounds, sponsored by Spokes. To register call or visit: Spokes 81 Public Square Watertown, NY 13601 315-777-4043 Entry fee: $10


01/18/2020 - Snowtown USA Pub Crawl

Party like there’s snow tomorrow! Join us for the first ever Snowtown USA Pub Crawl. Enjoy your very own adult snow day filled with tasty beverages at a variety of local businesses. Saturday, January 18, 2020 beginning at 2 p.m. select your own order of participating pubs to visit but be sure to meet us for the After Party at Garland City Beer Works at 8 PM for fun and prizes. Each participating location will offer a specialty Snowtown USA beverage and a discounted domestic beer. All Snowtown USA Pub Crawl participants will receive a participation lanyard as well as a keepsake T-shirt. Participants must wear lanyard to receive pub crawl perks at participating locations. Proceeds support Snowtown USA, an annual festival which celebrates winters in Northern New York with the help and support of local businesses. Bistro 108 Boots Brewing Co. Garland City Beer Works Pearl Street Pub Maggie’s on the River Savory Downtown Spokes Craft Beer and Tapas Flashback Brewing Co.


01/19/2020 - Snowtown USA -Military Skate

FREE ice skating at the Watertown Municipal Arena for military members and their families. Also enjoy free popcorn, the NNY Photo Booth and DJ Johnny Spezzano. Note: Skates are limited and will be first come first served. Sponsored by the Watertown Family YMCA


01/19/2020 - Snowtown USA Torchlight Parade & Fireworks Torchlight Parade

Torchlight Parade & Fireworks Torchlight Parade begins at 5:30, followed by fireworks and live music.


01/17/2020 - Free Pickle Ball - Snowtown USA

Join Snowtown USA at the Downtown YMCA to play this exciting racquet sport! FREE to ages 3+. All levels or experience and abilities are welcome.


01/17/2020 - Snowtown USA Kick Off Party

Snowtown USA Kick Off Party at Ives Hill Country Club


01/18/2020 - Snowtown USA Softball Tournament

Snowtown USA COED Softball Tournament at the Fairgrounds. All are welcome to join us for a fun, competitive tournament. Prizes to be awarded.


01/18/2020 - Emeral Ash Borer is Here - Now what?

The emerald ash borer is an invasive insect that attacks ash trees. Tree mortality occurs within 2 to 4 years and is near 100% First found in the Midwest in 2002, EWAB has killed hundreds of millions of ash trees throughout North America. New York State forests contain 7 to 25 % as species and ash is a common landscape tree Whether you have ash trees in your landscape or in a forest setting, get the latest, research-based information on how to deal with this pest. Speakers will include Michael DeMarco (Watertown City Planner and ISA Certified Arborist) and Glen Roberts (NYS DEC Forester). Please register online by following the link below: https://reg.cce.cornell.edu/ashBorer_222 or call/email Sue Gwise


01/06/2020 - Little Theatre of Watertown auditions for Extremtities

Roles are available for three women and one man in this psychological drama by William Mastrosimone. Due to mature themes, only actors ages 18 and older are allowed to audition. Please bring a completed audition form which is available at www.littletheatreofwatertown.com.


01/16/2020 - Leadership & Management Symposium

This is an all-day workshop designed for Nonprofit Leaders, such as CEO's, Executive Directors, Board Members and Senior Staff to address key challenges such as board management and development, team building and leadership, strategic and operational planning and diverse revenue generation.


01/16/2020 - The Magic Years

THIS CLASS WILL BE HELD EVERY THURSDAY. Children Change so much in the first four years! This free course will help you find successful ways to navigate through these challenging, yet rewarding, times. Must complete six classes to receive a certificate. For More information or to register for this class please call Cornell Cooperative Extension of Jefferson County


01/06/2020 - Furry Friends 4-H Dog Club

We will have a fun activity and do planning. Here are some possibilities Hiking/geocaching with our dogs Rally and Obedience practices Agility classes Visiting a dog show Baking dog treats Community Service Hope you will join us and tell us what you'd like to do!


01/09/2020 - Entrepreneurial Training Course

The course is held on Thursday evenings, costs $40 and includes a text book and handouts. In person at JCC and simultaneous broadcast to JCC’s Lewis County Education Center distance learning classroom in Lowville. The purpose of the Entrepreneurial Training Course is to provide guidance and support to people interested in starting or expanding a small business. Its classes are designed to guide the entrepreneur through all aspects of starting and running a small business. The course also includes one-to-one with an SBDC advisor about your specific business project. The course covers how to check your credit and address any related problems, how to prepare a business plan, types of loans you can apply for, and types of insurance you should have. You'll learn about contract agreements, marketing, the microloan program, bookkeeping, and much more.


01/16/2020 - The Magic Years

THIS CLASS WILL BE HELD EVERY THURSDAY. Children Change so much in the first four years! This free course will help you find successful ways to navigate through these challenging, yet rewarding, times. Must complete six classes to receive a certificate. For More information or to register for this class please call Cornell Cooperative Extension of Jefferson County


01/03/2020 - What's Bugging Your Vegetables: Insect Pest and Disease Management for Vegetable Crops

Join CCE Vegetable Specialists Elisabeth Hodgdon and Jud Reid for a discussion of common vegetable insect pest and disease issues in the North Country. Using IPM on the farm and garden, identifying tomato diseases, managing potato beetle, cucumber beetle, cole crop caterpillars, invasive species to look for next season and season extension and high tunnel research updates.


01/06/2020 - Furry Friends 4-H Dog Club

We will have a fun activity and do planning. Here are some possibilities Hiking/geocaching with our dogs Rally and Obedience practices Agility classes Visiting a dog show Baking dog treats Community Service Hope you will join us and tell us what you'd like to do!


01/09/2020 - Entrepreneurial Training Course

The course is held on Thursday evenings, costs $40 and includes a text book and handouts. In person at JCC and simultaneous broadcast to JCC’s Lewis County Education Center distance learning classroom in Lowville. The purpose of the Entrepreneurial Training Course is to provide guidance and support to people interested in starting or expanding a small business. Its classes are designed to guide the entrepreneur through all aspects of starting and running a small business. The course also includes one-to-one with an SBDC advisor about your specific business project. The course covers how to check your credit and address any related problems, how to prepare a business plan, types of loans you can apply for, and types of insurance you should have. You'll learn about contract agreements, marketing, the microloan program, bookkeeping, and much more.


01/16/2020 - Leadership & Management Symposium

This is an all-day workshop designed for Nonprofit Leaders, such as CEO's, Executive Directors, Board Members and Senior Staff to address key challenges such as board management and development, team building and leadership, strategic and operational planning and diverse revenue generation.


01/03/2020 - What's Bugging Your Vegetables: Insect Pest and Disease Management for Vegetable Crops

Join CCE Vegetable Specialists Elisabeth Hodgdon and Jud Reid for a discussion of common vegetable insect pest and disease issues in the North Country. Using IPM on the farm and garden, identifying tomato diseases, managing potato beetle, cucumber beetle, cole crop caterpillars, invasive species to look for next season and season extension and high tunnel research updates.


02/06/2020 - 68th Annual Israel A. Shapiro Citizenship Award Dinner

Join us for the 68th Annual Israel A. Shapiro Award Presentation & Dinner  
Thursday, February 6, 2020 at the Ramada by Whydham

02/06/2020 - 68th Annual Israel A. Shapiro Citizenship Award Dinner

Join us for the 68th Annual Israel A. Shapiro Award Presentation & Dinner  
Thursday, February 6, 2020 at the Ramada by Whydham

02/12/2020 - 2020 Business After Hours - February

Business After Hours 
Sponsored by Ives Hill Country Club 

Wednesday, February 12, 2020  |  5PM - 7PM
Ives Hill Country Club 

 


03/18/2020 - 2020 Business After Hours - March

Business After Hours 
Sponsored by FOY Benefits, Inc. 

Wednesday, March 18, 2020  |  5PM - 7PM
FOY Benefits, Inc. 

 


01/22/2020 - 2020 Business After Hours - January

Business After Hours 
Sponsored by the Watertown Wolves 
Co-Sponsored by the City of Watertown 

Wednesday, January 22, 2020  |  5PM - 7PM
Watertown Municipal Ice Arena

Open Bar  |  Game Ticket Included  |  Puck Drop at 7:30PM


02/12/2020 - 2020 Business After Hours - February

Business After Hours 
Sponsored by Ives Hill Country Club 

Wednesday, February 12, 2020  |  5PM - 7PM
Ives Hill Country Club 

 


03/18/2020 - 2020 Business After Hours - March

Business After Hours 
Sponsored by FOY Benefits, Inc. 

Wednesday, March 18, 2020  |  5PM - 7PM
FOY Benefits, Inc. 

 


01/22/2020 - 2020 Business After Hours - January

Business After Hours 
Sponsored by the Watertown Wolves 
Co-Sponsored by the City of Watertown 

Wednesday, January 22, 2020  |  5PM - 7PM
Watertown Municipal Ice Arena

Open Bar  |  Game Ticket Included  |  Puck Drop at 7:30PM


12/14/2019 - A Holiday Surprise

Rhonda’s FooteWorks Outreach Company proudly presents A Holiday Surprise on Saturday, December 14th. The curtain rises on the Dulles State Office Building Stage at 4:00 p.m. General admission is $7.00 and all proceeds will benefit Children’s Miracle Network at Samaritan for holiday gifts for local children facing medical issues. The production includes dancing, singing and acting and is dedicated to Storm Wood, a young man who was a CMN kid for many years and passed away after a long battle with Muscular Dystrophy this past Spring. For more information or advance sale tickets or to make a donation, please email rfwdance@gmail.com


12/15/2019 - Whooville in the Harbor

Sackets Harbor is transformed into a Whoo-themed extravaganza – games, crafts, crafts, parade, tree-lighting, food, Santa and more!


12/15/2019 - 4-H Environmental Science Club

Do you care about preserving the natural environment through citizen science? Dou you enjoy being outdoors? If so, join the 4-H Environmental Science Club! WHEN: The third Sunday of every month from 2:00-4:00 PM. Our next meeting will be Sunday, December 15th. We will be dissecting owl pellets at the CCE Jefferson County Office WHERE: Location will vary each month depending on the activity. WHO: This club is free and open to all 4th through 8th graders.


12/30/2019 - Dining to Donate at Applebee's

Applebee's will donate 10% of your total purchase to Thousand Islands Area Habitat for Humanity on December 30! Must present voucher to participate. Vouchers are available at www.facebook.com/tiahabitat or pick one up at the Habitat for Humanity ReStore on Water St. in Watertown.


12/14/2019 - Whooville in the Harbor

Sackets Harbor is transformed into a Whoo-themed extravaganza – games, crafts, crafts, parade, tree-lighting, food, Santa and more! Holiday parade begins at 4:30 pm.


12/14/2019 - Holiday Festival

JOIN TASTE NY TO CELEBRATE THE HOLIDAY SEASON! COME SEE SANTA, HEAR A STORY, MAKE HOLIDAY DECORATIONS, AND ENJOY LOCAL HOLIDAY THEMED TREATS. https://www.facebook.com/NorthCountryWelcomeCenter/


12/14/2019 - NCAC December 2019 Feature Exhibit Opening

We're celebrating art for the holidays by having a "Double Feature" Exhibit! We continue the art of Shelley Livernois-Hazen as well as selected Award Winners from the 71st Annual NCAC Fall Art Show! Exhibit runs from December 2 through December 21 with an artist talk/reception on Saturday, December 14 from 12pm to 3pm! Entertainment by Hot Honey (Hunter Marie Newman and Scott DePuy) Don't miss your chance to see this amazing art exhibit! By the way, art makes great gifts as well!


12/09/2019 - Serv Safe certification Training

This training will prepare your restaurant operation to meet the new state mandated training requirements for food service personnel and empower employees with the knowledge and skills they need to prepare and serve food safely. The ServSafe certification exam is taken during the final 90 minutes of the course.


12/14/2019 - Paws4Potter Howliday Bazaar

This is a dog-friendly and kid-friendly event!!! Join us for pet (and 2-footed kid) photos with Santa Claus and his elf! Photos will be taken by Patrick Danforth Photography! There will be over 20 local crafters/vendors available! Get your last-minute holiday shopping done! There will be a kids' craft corner for your kids to take a make-and-take Christmas craft!


12/30/2019 - Dining to Donate at Applebee's

Applebee's will donate 10% of your total purchase to Thousand Islands Area Habitat for Humanity on December 30! Must present voucher to participate. Vouchers are available at www.facebook.com/tiahabitat or pick one up at the Habitat for Humanity ReStore on Water St. in Watertown.


12/15/2019 - Whooville in the Harbor

Sackets Harbor is transformed into a Whoo-themed extravaganza – games, crafts, crafts, parade, tree-lighting, food, Santa and more!


12/15/2019 - 4-H Environmental Science Club

Do you care about preserving the natural environment through citizen science? Dou you enjoy being outdoors? If so, join the 4-H Environmental Science Club! WHEN: The third Sunday of every month from 2:00-4:00 PM. Our next meeting will be Sunday, December 15th. We will be dissecting owl pellets at the CCE Jefferson County Office WHERE: Location will vary each month depending on the activity. WHO: This club is free and open to all 4th through 8th graders.


12/14/2019 - Holiday Festival

JOIN TASTE NY TO CELEBRATE THE HOLIDAY SEASON! COME SEE SANTA, HEAR A STORY, MAKE HOLIDAY DECORATIONS, AND ENJOY LOCAL HOLIDAY THEMED TREATS. https://www.facebook.com/NorthCountryWelcomeCenter/


12/14/2019 - NCAC December 2019 Feature Exhibit Opening

We're celebrating art for the holidays by having a "Double Feature" Exhibit! We continue the art of Shelley Livernois-Hazen as well as selected Award Winners from the 71st Annual NCAC Fall Art Show! Exhibit runs from December 2 through December 21 with an artist talk/reception on Saturday, December 14 from 12pm to 3pm! Entertainment by Hot Honey (Hunter Marie Newman and Scott DePuy) Don't miss your chance to see this amazing art exhibit! By the way, art makes great gifts as well!


12/14/2019 - A Holiday Surprise

Rhonda’s FooteWorks Outreach Company proudly presents A Holiday Surprise on Saturday, December 14th. The curtain rises on the Dulles State Office Building Stage at 4:00 p.m. General admission is $7.00 and all proceeds will benefit Children’s Miracle Network at Samaritan for holiday gifts for local children facing medical issues. The production includes dancing, singing and acting and is dedicated to Storm Wood, a young man who was a CMN kid for many years and passed away after a long battle with Muscular Dystrophy this past Spring. For more information or advance sale tickets or to make a donation, please email rfwdance@gmail.com


12/14/2019 - Whooville in the Harbor

Sackets Harbor is transformed into a Whoo-themed extravaganza – games, crafts, crafts, parade, tree-lighting, food, Santa and more! Holiday parade begins at 4:30 pm.


12/09/2019 - Serv Safe certification Training

This training will prepare your restaurant operation to meet the new state mandated training requirements for food service personnel and empower employees with the knowledge and skills they need to prepare and serve food safely. The ServSafe certification exam is taken during the final 90 minutes of the course.


12/14/2019 - Paws4Potter Howliday Bazaar

This is a dog-friendly and kid-friendly event!!! Join us for pet (and 2-footed kid) photos with Santa Claus and his elf! Photos will be taken by Patrick Danforth Photography! There will be over 20 local crafters/vendors available! Get your last-minute holiday shopping done! There will be a kids' craft corner for your kids to take a make-and-take Christmas craft!


12/07/2019 - A Family Christmas to Remember All Wrapped Up in One

Bring the family all dressed up for pictures and while you wait to get your pictures taken, you can get your presents personally wrapped by our church helpers.


12/02/2019 - 4-H Engineering Program

THE 4-H ENGINEERING PROGRAM WILL BE HELD EVERY MONDAY AND WEDNESDAY. Project will include creating a Rube Goldberg machine, engineering paper, building a circuit, and more! Complete mechanical, electrical, civil, and chemical engineering projects and work with real engineers! FREE AND OPEN TO ALL 4TH - 8TH GRADERS! REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED. NO COST. FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT SAM HOLLISTER


12/04/2019 - NCAC December Feature Exhibit

We're celebrating art for the holidays by having a "Double Feature" Exhibit! We continue the art of Shelley Livernois-Hazen as well as selected Award Winners from the 71st Annual NCAC Fall Art Show! Exhibit runs from December 2 through December 21 with an artist talk/reception on Saturday, December 14 from 12pm to 3pm! Entertainment by Hot Honey (Hunter Marie Newman and Scott DePuy) Don't miss your chance to see this amazing art exhibit! By the way, art makes great gifts as well!


12/07/2019 - A Family Christmas to Remember All Wrapped Up in One

Bring the family all dressed up for pictures and while you wait to get your pictures taken, you can get your presents personally wrapped by our church helpers.


12/02/2019 - 4-H Engineering Program

THE 4-H ENGINEERING PROGRAM WILL BE HELD EVERY MONDAY AND WEDNESDAY. Project will include creating a Rube Goldberg machine, engineering paper, building a circuit, and more! Complete mechanical, electrical, civil, and chemical engineering projects and work with real engineers! FREE AND OPEN TO ALL 4TH - 8TH GRADERS! REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED. NO COST. FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT SAM HOLLISTER


12/04/2019 - NCAC December Feature Exhibit

We're celebrating art for the holidays by having a "Double Feature" Exhibit! We continue the art of Shelley Livernois-Hazen as well as selected Award Winners from the 71st Annual NCAC Fall Art Show! Exhibit runs from December 2 through December 21 with an artist talk/reception on Saturday, December 14 from 12pm to 3pm! Entertainment by Hot Honey (Hunter Marie Newman and Scott DePuy) Don't miss your chance to see this amazing art exhibit! By the way, art makes great gifts as well!


12/18/2019 - 2019 BAH, December sponsored by the Paddock Club

Join Us on December 18, 2019 
Business After Hours at the 
Paddock Club in the Historic Paddock Arcade 

 

12/18/2019 - 2019 BAH, December sponsored by the Paddock Club

Join Us on December 18, 2019 
Business After Hours at the 
Paddock Club in the Historic Paddock Arcade 

 

12/05/2019 - A North Country Festival of Trees

Thursday, December 5: Public viewing in conjunction with the Downtown Christmas Parade from 5-8PM. Enjoy hot chocolate and cookies with your family while viewing the festive trees (free). Friday, December 6: Public viewing and silent auction from 10AM – 4PM (free). Following the public auction is the Gala. Enjoy a festive feast, cocktails with friends and live music among a forest of beautifully decorated trees. Don’t miss the exclusive live auction of award-winning trees! $75 per person. Saturday, December 7: Public viewing and silent auction from 10AM – 4PM (free). Young ladies and the special men in their lives are invited to attend the Sugarplum Ball from 6 – 9PM. Creative Imaging will be there for early bird photos starting at 5PM. $75 per couple and $35 each individual child. After 11/17 it will be $100 per couple. Sunday, December 8: Public viewing from 11AM – 1PM. Live auction of unsold trees at 1 PM. Accepting donations of non-perishable food items for the local food pantry at any time during this 4-day event. Proceeds from this event go to support healthcare services at Samaritan Medical Center and children’s scholarships at the Watertown Family YMCA.


11/16/2019 - Reiki Level 2 Training

Take your reiki ability to the next level and learn to open energy channel, provide distance reiki and receive reiki symbols and level 2 attunement


11/16/2019 - Falun Dafa Meditation workshop

A peaceful meditation practice based on Truthfulness, compassion and Forbearance.


11/17/2019 - 4-H ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE CLUB

Do you care about preserving the natural environment through citizen science? Do you enjoy being outdoors? if so, join the 4-H Environmental Science Club! When: The third Sunday of every month from 2:00 - 4:00 PM. We will surveying for Hemlock Wooly Adelgid at 4-H Camp Wabasso in Redwood, NY. REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED. FOR MORE INFORMATION, OR TO REGISTER, CONTACT SAM HOLLISTER


11/23/2019 - Paws4Potter Spaghetti Dinner Fundraiser

Dine In or Take Out! A raffle table and a dessert table will also be part of our fundraiser! All proceeds benefit Paws4Potter and the National Canine Cancer Foundation!


11/15/2019 - RVMS Drama

Its a story of jealousy, hatred, and deception. One of mercy and forgiveness. Find your self in the pages of Genesis as we visit the story of Joseph. The question is... are you like Joseph? Or his brothers? Come out to Naumburg Mennonite Church on November 15th and 17th at 7:30 to see the drama "Joseph".


12/05/2019 - A North Country Festival of Trees

Thursday, December 5: Public viewing in conjunction with the Downtown Christmas Parade from 5-8PM. Enjoy hot chocolate and cookies with your family while viewing the festive trees (free). Friday, December 6: Public viewing and silent auction from 10AM – 4PM (free). Following the public auction is the Gala. Enjoy a festive feast, cocktails with friends and live music among a forest of beautifully decorated trees. Don’t miss the exclusive live auction of award-winning trees! $75 per person. Saturday, December 7: Public viewing and silent auction from 10AM – 4PM (free). Young ladies and the special men in their lives are invited to attend the Sugarplum Ball from 6 – 9PM. Creative Imaging will be there for early bird photos starting at 5PM. $75 per couple and $35 each individual child. After 11/17 it will be $100 per couple. Sunday, December 8: Public viewing from 11AM – 1PM. Live auction of unsold trees at 1 PM. Accepting donations of non-perishable food items for the local food pantry at any time during this 4-day event. Proceeds from this event go to support healthcare services at Samaritan Medical Center and children’s scholarships at the Watertown Family YMCA.


11/17/2019 - 4-H ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE CLUB

Do you care about preserving the natural environment through citizen science? Do you enjoy being outdoors? if so, join the 4-H Environmental Science Club! When: The third Sunday of every month from 2:00 - 4:00 PM. We will surveying for Hemlock Wooly Adelgid at 4-H Camp Wabasso in Redwood, NY. REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED. FOR MORE INFORMATION, OR TO REGISTER, CONTACT SAM HOLLISTER


11/23/2019 - Paws4Potter Spaghetti Dinner Fundraiser

Dine In or Take Out! A raffle table and a dessert table will also be part of our fundraiser! All proceeds benefit Paws4Potter and the National Canine Cancer Foundation!


11/16/2019 - Falun Dafa Meditation workshop

A peaceful meditation practice based on Truthfulness, compassion and Forbearance.


11/15/2019 - RVMS Drama

Its a story of jealousy, hatred, and deception. One of mercy and forgiveness. Find your self in the pages of Genesis as we visit the story of Joseph. The question is... are you like Joseph? Or his brothers? Come out to Naumburg Mennonite Church on November 15th and 17th at 7:30 to see the drama "Joseph".


11/16/2019 - Reiki Level 2 Training

Take your reiki ability to the next level and learn to open energy channel, provide distance reiki and receive reiki symbols and level 2 attunement


12/18/2019 - 2019 BAH, December

Join Us on December 18, 2019 
Business After Hours

 

12/18/2019 - 2019 BAH, December

Join Us on December 18, 2019 
Business After Hours

 

11/09/2019 - Falun Dafa Meditation Classes

A peaceful meditation practice based on Truthfulness, Compassion and Forbearance. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aJ-A6xY47jc


11/12/2019 - 4-H Intro to Dog Sports

Into to Dog Sports will be held ever Tuesday for six weeks. The first session starts 11/12/19 at 6:00 pm -7:30 pm. The Intro to Dog sport will be introducing: Grooming & Handling, Rally Obedience, Barn Hunt, Tracking/Nosework, and Flyball. MUST PROVIDE PROOF OF RABIES VACCINATION. DOGS MUST BE EVALUATED PRIOR TO START OF CLASS. Free and open to all youth ages 8 to 18! FOR MORE INFORAMTION OR TO REGISTER, CONTACT KAREN SOULE


11/09/2019 - Reiki Level 1 Training

Learn about the history and healing methods of Reiki including general knowledge of chakras and aura, reiki for self-treatment and treatment on others, and how to scan the body for energy.


11/06/2019 - Reiki Level 2 Training

Take your Reiki ability to the next level and learn to open energy channels, provide distance reiki and receive reiki symbols and level 2 attunement.


11/07/2019 - 4-H Shooting Sports Club

4-H Shooting Sports Club will be meeting on Thursday for six weeks. Youth participants will learn firearm safety and the disciplines of air rifle and air pistol. New York State 4-H certified instructors will teach using the National 4-H Shooting Sports Curricula. This is an introductory program, no experience necessary. This free program is open to all youth ages 10-18. Registration is required. SPACE IS LIMITED TO THE FIRST 12 YOUTH TO SIGN UP. YOUTH MUST PARTICIPATE IN BOTH DISCIPLINES. FOR MORE INFORMATION OR TO REGISTER CONTACT SABRINA


11/09/2019 - Falun Dafa Meditation Classes

A peaceful meditation practice based on Truthfulness, Compassion and Forbearance. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aJ-A6xY47jc


11/12/2019 - 4-H Intro to Dog Sports

Into to Dog Sports will be held ever Tuesday for six weeks. The first session starts 11/12/19 at 6:00 pm -7:30 pm. The Intro to Dog sport will be introducing: Grooming & Handling, Rally Obedience, Barn Hunt, Tracking/Nosework, and Flyball. MUST PROVIDE PROOF OF RABIES VACCINATION. DOGS MUST BE EVALUATED PRIOR TO START OF CLASS. Free and open to all youth ages 8 to 18! FOR MORE INFORAMTION OR TO REGISTER, CONTACT KAREN SOULE


11/06/2019 - Reiki Level 2 Training

Take your Reiki ability to the next level and learn to open energy channels, provide distance reiki and receive reiki symbols and level 2 attunement.


11/07/2019 - 4-H Shooting Sports Club

4-H Shooting Sports Club will be meeting on Thursday for six weeks. Youth participants will learn firearm safety and the disciplines of air rifle and air pistol. New York State 4-H certified instructors will teach using the National 4-H Shooting Sports Curricula. This is an introductory program, no experience necessary. This free program is open to all youth ages 10-18. Registration is required. SPACE IS LIMITED TO THE FIRST 12 YOUTH TO SIGN UP. YOUTH MUST PARTICIPATE IN BOTH DISCIPLINES. FOR MORE INFORMATION OR TO REGISTER CONTACT SABRINA


11/09/2019 - Reiki Level 1 Training

Learn about the history and healing methods of Reiki including general knowledge of chakras and aura, reiki for self-treatment and treatment on others, and how to scan the body for energy.


11/23/2019 - Craft Fair & Candy/Cookie Sale

Make plans to attend a Craft Fair on Saturday, November 23rd from 10:00 am - 2:00 pm in the River Valley Mennonite School Gymnasium. This is to benefit Naumburg Mennonite Church’s community outreach program. RVMS will be holding their annual Candy & Cookie Sale along with the craft show. There will be an assortment of holiday cookies and candies to choose from. The price will be $8.00/pound. Come out and stock up on your holiday treats. All proceeds will go towards the operating cost of River Valley Mennonite School.


11/09/2019 - Diabetes Awareness Community Health Fair

Diabetes is the number one threat to vision loss. Together, we can raise awareness of the services provided in our community for healthy living.


11/15/2019 - North Country Spouses' Club 9th Annual Tree and Wreath Auction

The North Country Spouses' Club is hosting our Annual Tree & Wreath Auction, where we enjoy dinner and a lively auction of Christmas Trees and Wreaths, and other festive holiday gift baskets. All proceeds go to the NCSC Scholarship and Community Grants funds which provide scholarships for soldiers and families on Fort Drum and community organizations that support Fort Drum families.


11/15/2019 - Local Lip Sync Battle hosted by Tunes 92.5&104.5 FM

Do you have what it takes to WIN the ‘LOCAL LIP SYNC IV’ presented by: TUNES 92.5&104.5 FM and Savory Downtown? Get ready to come up with 2 LIP SYNC routines! You can perform on your own or with your friends! SIGN UP TODAY for your chance to win thousands in prizes!! FREE SIGN UP: https://form.jotform.com/80464514456155 Questions? Call Tunes at 315-786-0925!


11/06/2019 - Grow Gorgeous Lavendar

Although native to the Mediterranean, lavender grows well in cooler climates like that found here in Northern New York. Learn about growing lavender and its many uses from a local devoted lavender connoisseur.


11/23/2019 - Craft Fair & Candy/Cookie Sale

Make plans to attend a Craft Fair on Saturday, November 23rd from 10:00 am - 2:00 pm in the River Valley Mennonite School Gymnasium. This is to benefit Naumburg Mennonite Church’s community outreach program. RVMS will be holding their annual Candy & Cookie Sale along with the craft show. There will be an assortment of holiday cookies and candies to choose from. The price will be $8.00/pound. Come out and stock up on your holiday treats. All proceeds will go towards the operating cost of River Valley Mennonite School.


11/15/2019 - North Country Spouses' Club 9th Annual Tree and Wreath Auction

The North Country Spouses' Club is hosting our Annual Tree & Wreath Auction, where we enjoy dinner and a lively auction of Christmas Trees and Wreaths, and other festive holiday gift baskets. All proceeds go to the NCSC Scholarship and Community Grants funds which provide scholarships for soldiers and families on Fort Drum and community organizations that support Fort Drum families.


11/15/2019 - Local Lip Sync Battle hosted by Tunes 92.5&104.5 FM

Do you have what it takes to WIN the ‘LOCAL LIP SYNC IV’ presented by: TUNES 92.5&104.5 FM and Savory Downtown? Get ready to come up with 2 LIP SYNC routines! You can perform on your own or with your friends! SIGN UP TODAY for your chance to win thousands in prizes!! FREE SIGN UP: https://form.jotform.com/80464514456155 Questions? Call Tunes at 315-786-0925!


11/06/2019 - Grow Gorgeous Lavendar

Although native to the Mediterranean, lavender grows well in cooler climates like that found here in Northern New York. Learn about growing lavender and its many uses from a local devoted lavender connoisseur.


11/09/2019 - Diabetes Awareness Community Health Fair

Diabetes is the number one threat to vision loss. Together, we can raise awareness of the services provided in our community for healthy living.


11/08/2019 - FALL BAZAAR

GOUVERNEUR METHODIST CHURCH ANNUAL HOLIDAY SALE


11/05/2019 - Annual Roast Beef Dinner

Roast Beef, potatoes, gravy, vegetables, rolls and dessert


11/05/2019 - 4-H DIGITAL AMBASSADORS

HOW TO USE A CHROMEBOOK An Introduction to Google Docs, Sheets, Slides and Forms. Come build your technology skills! 4-H teens will teach adults how to use Google Docs, Sheet, Slides, and Forms! Use these programs for things like scheduling, storing and sharing documents, keeping inventory, and More! Open Q & A session at the end of the class! CHROMEBOOKS WILL BE PROVIDED FOR THE FIRST PART IF THE CLASS. BRING YOUR OWN TECHNOLOGY FOR THE Q & A SESSION. LIGHT SNACK WILL BE SERVED. REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED. FOR MORE INFORMATION OR TO REGISTER CONTACT SABRINA


10/26/2019 - Believe For Brittany

spa day with complimentary beauty treatments. MaryKay, Arbonne and many other vendors. Lunch, Busted Grapes wine slushy and tasting. A gift bag valued at $30. Plus Door prizes. Cost is $ 50 includes all and more.


11/05/2019 - 4-H DIGITAL AMBASSADORS

HOW TO USE A CHROMEBOOK An Introduction to Google Docs, Sheets, Slides and Forms. Come build your technology skills! 4-H teens will teach adults how to use Google Docs, Sheet, Slides, and Forms! Use these programs for things like scheduling, storing and sharing documents, keeping inventory, and More! Open Q & A session at the end of the class! CHROMEBOOKS WILL BE PROVIDED FOR THE FIRST PART IF THE CLASS. BRING YOUR OWN TECHNOLOGY FOR THE Q & A SESSION. LIGHT SNACK WILL BE SERVED. REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED. FOR MORE INFORMATION OR TO REGISTER CONTACT SABRINA


11/08/2019 - FALL BAZAAR

GOUVERNEUR METHODIST CHURCH ANNUAL HOLIDAY SALE


11/05/2019 - Annual Roast Beef Dinner

Roast Beef, potatoes, gravy, vegetables, rolls and dessert


10/26/2019 - Believe For Brittany

spa day with complimentary beauty treatments. MaryKay, Arbonne and many other vendors. Lunch, Busted Grapes wine slushy and tasting. A gift bag valued at $30. Plus Door prizes. Cost is $ 50 includes all and more.


11/20/2019 - 2019 BAH, November Sponsored by Bowers & Company, CPAs

 

Business After Hours
Sponsored by Bowers & Company, CPAs at Tully's Good Times
Join Us on Wednesday, November 20, 2019


11/20/2019 - 2019 BAH, November Sponsored by Bowers & Company, CPAs

 

Business After Hours
Sponsored by Bowers & Company, CPAs at Tully's Good Times
Join Us on Wednesday, November 20, 2019


10/26/2019 - Flower Memorial Library Book Sale

The 2019 Fall Book Sale is Here! Stop in and see all the new additions to the library and grab yourself a book at the sale. Sponsored by the Friends of the Roswell P. Flower Memorial Library When: Sale opens to the public Saturday, October 26th Preview Night: Friday, October 25th from 6-8 p.m. Bag Sale: The bag sale will start Saturday, November 2nd


10/26/2019 - Flower Memorial Library Book Sale

The 2019 Fall Book Sale is Here! Stop in and see all the new additions to the library and grab yourself a book at the sale. Sponsored by the Friends of the Roswell P. Flower Memorial Library When: Sale opens to the public Saturday, October 26th Preview Night: Friday, October 25th from 6-8 p.m. Bag Sale: The bag sale will start Saturday, November 2nd


11/05/2019 - Coffee & Connections, November 5, 2019 at Runningboards Marketing

Join us for Coffee & Connections, a Networking Experience on November 5, 2019 at Runningboards Marketing.
This event is a unique twist on networking with casual conversation over coffee as well as Professional Speed Networking. This structure is designed to help you maximize on your networking experience, aiding you in your efforts to make truly meaningful connections with others in attendance.
Professional Speed Networking is here by popular demand! We've done speed networking at the North Business Expo for the past four years. The participants enjoyed it so much and asked for more opportunities, so we listened. You are now able to participate in speed networking quarterly! This style of networking is set up in small groups with designated time for everyone to give their professional introductions as well as time set aside to answer the posed question. Each table has a different question that allows you to get to know your peers and learn from each other's experiences. For example, "How do you thank your customers for their business?" or "If you could pick up a new skill in an instant, what would it be and why?".
People in a range of positions from management, sales, outreach, administration and more agree that the experience of speed networking was a fun and effective way to connect, and they would participate again!
 


11/05/2019 - Coffee & Connections, November 5, 2019 at Runningboards Marketing

Join us for Coffee & Connections, a Networking Experience on November 5, 2019 at Runningboards Marketing

This event is a unique twist on networking with casual conversation over coffee as well as Professional Speed Networking. This structure is designed to help you maximize on your networking experience, aiding you in your efforts to make truly meaningful connections with others in attendance.

Professional Speed Networking is here by popular demand! We've done speed networking at the North Business Expo for the past three years. The participants enjoyed it so much and asked for more opportunities, so we listened. You are now able to participate in speed networking quarterly! This style of networking is set up in small groups with designated time for everyone to give their professional introductions as well as time set aside to answer the posed question. Each table has a different question that allows you to get to know your peers and learn from each other's experiences. For example, "How do you thank your customers for their business?" or "If you were a vegetable what vegetable would you be and why?".

It's a comfortable to quickly connect with lots of local business professionals. People in a range of positions from management, sales, outreach, administration and more agree that the experience of speed networking was a fun and effective way to connect, and they would participate again!


11/14/2019 - North Country Placemaking Summit - Clayton, NY

The NCREDC Placemaking Work Group invites you to attend the North Country Placemaking Summit. This event will inspire and educate community leaders, community planners and other interested parties (economic developers, business owners, land developers, etc.) on best practices in placemaking and successful programs implemented in various communities throughout the North Country. By providing a networking and learning experience we hope to generate new ideas for communities throughout the North Country and encourage them to take the next steps in creating vibrant and thriving downtowns. The program will begin with an introduction to Placemaking and will continue with live examples of development success stories from around the region. Panel discussions will include: How We Built This: Learn how Clayton has worked collaboratively toward becoming a premier North Country community The Path to DRI Success: Communities will share how they prepared and positioned themselves for a successful Downtown Revitalization Initiative application Creative Placemaking: Utilizing State Programs to Better Your Community Core - panelists will discuss successful programs implemented in development efforts across the region Once our panels are complete, we invite guests to participate in roundtable breakout sessions in the community! Participants will select one of the following sessions to attend: Session 1: Strategic event planning to enhance our downtown. This session will be held at O'Briens Restaurant & Bar, 226 Webb St, Clayton, NY. Session 2: Lodging Development: Financing Roadmap. This session will be held at 1000 Islands Harbor Hotel, 200 Riverside Dr, Clayton, NY. Session 3: Small Business: Carrying a community renaissance This session will be held at Di Prinzio's Kitchen, 428 Riverside Dr, Clayton, NY. **This event is free to attend, however, breakout sessions will be held in local restaurants, guests are responsible for lunch expenses**


11/14/2019 - North Country Placemaking Summit - Clayton, NY

The NCREDC Placemaking Work Group invites you to attend the North Country Placemaking Summit. This event will inspire and educate community leaders, community planners and other interested parties (economic developers, business owners, land developers, etc.) on best practices in placemaking and successful programs implemented in various communities throughout the North Country. By providing a networking and learning experience we hope to generate new ideas for communities throughout the North Country and encourage them to take the next steps in creating vibrant and thriving downtowns. The program will begin with an introduction to Placemaking and will continue with live examples of development success stories from around the region. Panel discussions will include: How We Built This: Learn how Clayton has worked collaboratively toward becoming a premier North Country community The Path to DRI Success: Communities will share how they prepared and positioned themselves for a successful Downtown Revitalization Initiative application Creative Placemaking: Utilizing State Programs to Better Your Community Core - panelists will discuss successful programs implemented in development efforts across the region Once our panels are complete, we invite guests to participate in roundtable breakout sessions in the community! Participants will select one of the following sessions to attend: Session 1: Strategic event planning to enhance our downtown. This session will be held at O'Briens Restaurant & Bar, 226 Webb St, Clayton, NY. Session 2: Lodging Development: Financing Roadmap. This session will be held at 1000 Islands Harbor Hotel, 200 Riverside Dr, Clayton, NY. Session 3: Small Business: Carrying a community renaissance This session will be held at Di Prinzio's Kitchen, 428 Riverside Dr, Clayton, NY. **This event is free to attend, however, breakout sessions will be held in local restaurants, guests are responsible for lunch expenses**


12/12/2019 - An Evening with Dickens

Head to our Facebook page for more details closer to the event!


12/12/2019 - An Evening with Dickens

Head to our Facebook page for more details closer to the event!


12/06/2019 - Public Holiday Reception

Head to Jefferson County Historical Society Facebook page for More Information!


11/08/2019 - Live Story Telling with NCPR

 Head to Jefferson County Historical Society Facebook page for More Information!


12/06/2019 - Public Holiday Reception

Head to Jefferson County Historical Society Facebook page for More Information!


11/08/2019 - Live Story Telling with NCPR

 Head to Jefferson County Historical Society Facebook page for More Information!


12/05/2019 - Holiday Open House

It’s the time of year when the Museum’s 1810 Parish Mansion—decorated for the holidays—feels most like a historic house museum. The public is invited to stop in during the Museum’s special extended hours and enjoy the festive decorations, exhibits, holiday music, local makers, and discounts in The Museum Shop. The Museum Shop carries unique gifts including framed prints, jewelry, books, locally made soaps, clothing, and more.


12/05/2019 - Holiday Open House

It’s the time of year when the Museum’s 1810 Parish Mansion—decorated for the holidays—feels most like a historic house museum. The public is invited to stop in during the Museum’s special extended hours and enjoy the festive decorations, exhibits, holiday music, local makers, and discounts in The Museum Shop. The Museum Shop carries unique gifts including framed prints, jewelry, books, locally made soaps, clothing, and more.


11/07/2019 - Holly Austin Gibbs: Child Sex Trafficking Survivor

Jefferson County Safe Harbour Program, Victims Assistance Center’s Child Advocacy Center, and the Alliance for Better Communities hosts Child Sex Trafficking Survivor Speaker and author Holly Austin Gibbs. Holly Austin Gibbs, child sex trafficking survivor, will be speaking about her experiences in the world of child sex trafficking on Thursday November 7th, 2019 at 9:30 AM at the Hilton Garden Inn, Watertown. A light breakfast will be served. The presentation is free and open to the public. Please RSVP by November 4th to cacnny@vacjc.com or 315-788-8520. Holly Austin Gibbs (formerly Smith) is a survivor and an advocate for survivors of all forms of human trafficking. Holly has appeared on the Dr. Oz show and her story has been featured on multiple media outlets, including the Brian Lehrer Show, MSNBC, Huffington Post, Al Jazeera, PBS NewsHour, and USA Today. Holly is the author of the academic book titled Walking Prey: How America’s Youth are Vulnerable to Sex Slavery, and continues to publish articles on her Huffington Post blog. Holly has testified before Congress and consulted for numerous organizations, including the U.S. Office for Victims of Crime, National Center for Missing & Exploited Children, U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, and the AMBER Alert program. Holly demonstrates how child sex trafficking is a real problem even in a small town. Traffickers use insecurities to gain trust and recruit their victim’s. Learning their tactics may help us protect our children.


10/20/2019 - North Country Welcome Center Fall Fest

Join Taste NY at the North Country Welcome Center to enjoy fall festivities. Enjoy apples, Hot Sider and donuts while meeting local vendors and sampling delicious foods!
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PUMPKIN CARVING CONTEST
11 AM - 3PM
Enter your masterpiece for a chance to win a fall themed prize of local products from New York State.


10/21/2019 - 4-H Volunteer Training

OPEN TO ALL 4-H VOLUNTEERS AND LEADERS! Agenda will include: Cornell Lab of Ornithology Presentation: an overview of citizen science projects that 4-H youth can participate in. GPS and Geocaching: a tutorial on how to use GPS units and an overview of the GPS and Geocaching curriculums. PLEASE RSVP BY OCTOBER 17 FOR MOR INFORMATION CONTACT KAREN SOULE


10/16/2019 - Brown Bag Lunch

Free concert by Soldiers Joy - Amanda Stanley and Bill Fahd.


11/07/2019 - Holly Austin Gibbs: Child Sex Trafficking Survivor

Jefferson County Safe Harbour Program, Victims Assistance Center’s Child Advocacy Center, and the Alliance for Better Communities hosts Child Sex Trafficking Survivor Speaker and author Holly Austin Gibbs. Holly Austin Gibbs, child sex trafficking survivor, will be speaking about her experiences in the world of child sex trafficking on Thursday November 7th, 2019 at 9:30 AM at the Hilton Garden Inn, Watertown. A light breakfast will be served. The presentation is free and open to the public. Please RSVP by November 4th to cacnny@vacjc.com or 315-788-8520. Holly Austin Gibbs (formerly Smith) is a survivor and an advocate for survivors of all forms of human trafficking. Holly has appeared on the Dr. Oz show and her story has been featured on multiple media outlets, including the Brian Lehrer Show, MSNBC, Huffington Post, Al Jazeera, PBS NewsHour, and USA Today. Holly is the author of the academic book titled Walking Prey: How America’s Youth are Vulnerable to Sex Slavery, and continues to publish articles on her Huffington Post blog. Holly has testified before Congress and consulted for numerous organizations, including the U.S. Office for Victims of Crime, National Center for Missing & Exploited Children, U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, and the AMBER Alert program. Holly demonstrates how child sex trafficking is a real problem even in a small town. Traffickers use insecurities to gain trust and recruit their victim’s. Learning their tactics may help us protect our children.